Lawsuit alleges faulty fire sprinklers in Miami high-rise condo buildings (FL)

At least two high-rise Miami condos are among many that used faulty and potentially dangerous plastic pipes in fire sprinkler systems, then covered up the problems for years, according to a newly filed federal lawsuit.     Read the article………..


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